NCAA/NAIA Qualifier Q&A

Are you an NCAA and NAIA Qualifier?

NCAA and NAIA qualifiers are eligible to be recruited for college athletics at 4-year college institutions. If you are not a qualifier, you will not be eligible for college athletic recruitment at the 4-year college level...Period!
Below are some general questions that you may have. Contact us to have your questions answered.

Are you taking the right courses?

Getting good grades and a high GPA are not good enough for NCAA and NAIA recruitment eligibility. There are specific core courses and specific Grade Point Averages that must be met in order to improve your chances to be college recruitment eligible. These courses must also be satisfactorily completed by certain deadlines. Do you know where you stand?

Have you taken the necessary tests to be NCAA and NAIA eligible?

Everyone talks about the SAT, but did you know that the PSAT and the ACT also assist with your eligibility for recruitment? Also, did you know that successfully obtaining a certain score on the PSAT can allow for your SAT fees to be waived? These test scores also allow for additional flexibility, in case your GPA starts to slip. Do you know what scores you require?

Are you an NCAA and NAIA qualifier?

Did you know that as a high school student-athlete, you could transfer out of a California or National Junior College after only one year, rather than two years, if you are NCAA and NAIA qualified by the end of your high school career?

SPAARC and it's affiliates do not guarantee college recruitment nor do we guarantee acceptance to any college. We provide academic advising to improve the chances of college recruitment and acceptance. SPAARC and it's affiliates do not endorse all statements of interview participants, as they are the opinions of the interview participants and do not reflect, nor represent SPAARC in their entirety. All numbers gathered for information are subject to change, therefore, SPAARC uses numbers gathered from external sources that may have inaccuracies for which SPAARC and it's affiliates do not take responsibility. All individual content is owned and copyrighted by SPAARC and may not be duplicated without prior written consent.